Black drum were more active feeding this past week around the local docks, piers, jetties, seawalls, oyster bars, and some flats. They are similar to sheepshead in the fact that the dirty, muddy, stirred-up conditions seem to turn them on feeding-wise, says Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina.
Laverne in Spring Hill bought his 2020 Roush Ford F-150 for his 80th birthday. Meanwhile, also in Spring Hill, is this black-and-yellow golf cart belonging to two Pittsburgh Steelers fans.
Mangrove snapper action is fired up offshore right now. We are seeing some monster mangrove snapper in a big overall size while fishing deeper offshore waters, says Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina.
Between having a snake for breakfast and petitioning for Russell to start his day earlier, it’s been another interesting week on Good Day Tampa Bay.
David Whitwam with Whitwam Organics is ready to plant some winter root crops for the Sunshine State’s short winter. This includes turnips, carrots and beets which enjoy the cooler weather.
Officials said there was less lightning activity in 2020 along with a record low in lightning deaths in 2021.
This 'Great Ride' has just two wheels -- a 2018 limited-edition Indian Scout motorcycle's owned by DJ Delgado from Polk County.
It's 'National Train Your Dog' Month and Amy Weeks from Amy's Canine Kindergarten offers some obedience tips for the new year.
Red grouper season is open and off to the races. We aren’t seeing a ton of them near shore right now with cooler waters, but you are able to find them when fishing the deeper near shore areas, explained Capt. Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina.
Between polar plunge regrets and animal-like workouts, it’s been an interesting start to 2022.
Ann Gilbert from Shapes Fitness says there is a whole list of fitness trends this year -- that includes home gym, outdoor activities, and wearable technology to keep yourself accountable.